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  • Written and illustrated by Roman Dirge
  • The adventures of a little dead girl named Lenore who meets a visually-impaired mouse and a paraplegic cannibal
  • Be aware there many printings to this issue
  • [March 2021 - we are hearing Neil Gaiman has signed on as executive producer with eOne developing]
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  • Written and illustrated by Jhonen Vasquez, creator of Johnny the Homicidal Maniac
  • Copies ordered by retailers: 14,302 (first printing)
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  • 1st appearance of Cerebus the Aardvark
  • To identify counterfeit versions of this issue, tap the cover image and swipe left
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  • 1st appearance of Erica Slaughter
  • Copies ordered by retailers: 33,648
  • June 2020: from James Tynion’s newsletter, 'I've been having a bunch of very top secret conversations about this project in the last few weeks'
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  • A boy inherits a magic teddy bear
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  • Created by Brandon Graham, a saga of the Earth's distant future, when a single mega-corporation rules the planet
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  • 1st appearance of CreeD, a boy who finds a Dream Stone granting him the ability to enter and control the dream dimension
  • Print run of 5,000
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  • Series that preceded the Poison Elves
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  • 52-page independently published anthology of black and white stories by David Mazzucchelli and Richmond Lewis
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  • 108-page black and white, independent science-fiction story by Paul Pope, published under his own imprint, Horse Press
  • THB is an abbreviation of a fictional molecule called Tri-Hydro Bi-Oxygenate
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  • 2nd appearance of The Goon
  • 2nd appearance of Franky
  • 1st full appearance of the Zombie Priest
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  • Premiere issue
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  • 1st appearance of Bomb Queen, a super-villain who who rules the city of New Port City, a haven for criminals
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  • Written and illustrated by Geof Darrow with assistance from the Wachowskis (The Matrix trilogy)
  • Copies ordered by retailers 15,275
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  • Independently published one-shot by Michael Fiffe (Copra) limited to 300 copies
  • Based upon characters featured in John Ostrander's version of The Suicide Squad (1987)
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  • 1st appearance of Lady Death
  • 1st appearance of Evil Ernie
  • 1st published work in the comic book industry by Brian Pulido
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  • 2nd appearance of Omaha the Cat Dancer, first appearance in a standard comic book
  • *Omaha previously appeared in Vootie, a fanzine of comic book strips
  • Omaha the Cat Dancer is a sexually explicit yarn featuring an anthropomorphic feline stripper
  • First printing has a $1.50 cover price, dated August 1981 and has the number 54321 on the interior cover
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  • 1st appearance of Duckman, an actual duck who is a single-father with numerous unsavory personality traits
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  • 1st team appearance of the Rat Queens (Hannah, Violet, Dee and Betty)
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  • 1st appearance of Dawn, a goddess of life and protector of witches
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  • First hip-hop comic book, independently published and inspired by the music movement in it's early days
  • Written entirely in rhyme, Max Robot is credited for capturing the spirit of east coast hip-hop's underground purity, untouched by commercialism
  • Initial print run of 500 black and white copies
  • *value cannot be determined
  • *exercise extreme caution if considering a purchase, reprints and mini-posters are identical to the original cover
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  • 1st appearance of Detective John Blacksad, a cat who is often embroiled in noir-style mysteries
  • 1st printing by French publisher Dargaud
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  • Premiere issue about two FBI agents investigating the disappearance of two fellow agents in a warehouse where horror awaits
  • Unannounced, optioned for production, tied up in legal
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  • One-shot, first solo Duckman issue
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  • Premiere issue of the first ongoing Hack/Slash series
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  • 1st appearance of The Goon
  • 1st appearance of Franky
  • *4-page backup story that introduces The Goon, reprinted in The Goon #1 (1999)
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  • In 1938, Nikola Tesla's A.I. machine works for the U.S. Army to infiltrate a Himalayan mountain base where a super weapon for the Nazi war effort is nearly complete
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  • Independently published, continuing stories of a highly volatile, drug-dealer werewolf
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  • Scarce first issue of indie series
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  • A bullied child unknowingly summons a surrogate family of monsters
  • Limited print run of 1,600 copies

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